ING has hired Anneka Treon as global head of private banking, wealth management, and investments, effective 1 September. This is a new position in which Treon will help to maintain the growth of the retail bank, specifically by expanding its private banking & wealth management division and investment business. Treon will be reporting to Pinar Abay, ING's worldwide head of retail, market leaders, and challengers & growth markets, as well as a member of the banking management board.

With 18 years of experience in the financial business, including positions at Van Lanschot Kempen, Goldman Sachs, KPMG, and Rothschild, she has substantial background in management. Treon has a demonstrated record of accelerating business growth, including developing an investing identity and conviction at Van Lanschot Kempen, improving investment advisory for private customers, and internationalising the investment bank. People moves Alexander Altmann has been named managing director and global head of equities tactical strategies by Barclays.

Altmann will report to Ronnie Wexler, global head of equities distribution, and will be located in New York upon joining the bank in June. In this recently established global position, Altmann will be in charge of seizing fresh chances through the provision of topical idea generation, which will propel and generate revenue from actionable market information for the Equities and larger global markets clientele. Wexler.